CV Planning Board

CV Website No Longer Maintained

Submitted by kwf_adman on Thu, 10/18/2018 - 18:35

Due to lack of time, I have stopped adding content and maintaining the "Carmel Valley, San Diego" website. Please see the Carmel Valley News site (delmartimes.net) or the Carmel Valley Friends of the Library site (carmelvalleylibrary.org) for community information. Thanks!

See the City's Carmel Valley Planning Board page (https://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/profiles/carmelvalley) or the City's Carmel Valley Library page (https://www.sandiego.gov/public-library/locations/carmel-valley-library) for additional information.

SDG&E Carmel Mission Powerline Tree Information

Submitted by ken on Fri, 12/08/2017 - 12:52

SDG&E has cited concerns about tree damage to the powerlines to suggest cutting down or severely trimming up to 75 trees in the Carmel Mission Park powerline corridor (just north of the "Bay Club", formerly "Pacific Athletic Club"). Enclosed are some documents relating to that project as proposed to the "MAD Subcommittee" (Maintenance Assessment District or MAD) of the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board (CVCPB) over the last 4 months. Note that no decision has been made on this proposal, and the issue will next be heard at the CVCPB meeting on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Carmel Valley Library on Townsgate. Contact information for SDG&E on this project is Greg Peck (gpeck@semprautilities.com, 619-405-8120) or Michael Daleo (mdaleo@semprautilities.com, 858-654-8630). Contact information for the City Council office is Barbara Bry (barbarabry@sandiego.gov or see the CD1 Web Page.) Also, see the Carmel Mission Park overview document, the SDG&E Tree Information document, and the SDG&E Tree Initial Draft Proposal document.

Final One Paseo Documentation, June 2016

Submitted by ken on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 18:03

The City Council approved the One Paseo project at their recent meeting. That approval was for a very specific project. Going forward, it's reasonable for the community to watch that what was approved is actually what is built. Here's a link to the final One Paseo Documents from the City Council Meeting on June 27, 2016. This includes community plan updates, ordinances, project plans, and the FEIR.